Framed Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth and artist print signed by Ben Pickup. Presented in a glazed black frame with glass viewing panel of the fossil dinosaur tooth. Thus providing an overall view of the Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth and Ben's art which is wonderfully creative, with fine detail to the artist's impression, gained with scientific research work, of what the theropod carnivore would have looked like in life.
A superb presentation of this unique dinosaur from a region of the world now much different than that of the lush world of the Cretaceous on the African continent.
Exhibiting exceptional enamel and natural colour. The fossil tooth protected and preserved by surrounding matrix and mineral deposits in the fossil layers, thus helping to keep the patina of the enamel in excellent condition over millions of years. The Carcharodontosaurus of the early Cretaceous, Cenomanian epoch, dates to approximately 99 million years ago. The Location of the find is in the Tegana formation, northern Sahara, Morocco, North Africa. Supplied with full certificate of authenticity from the fossil store. Also, the frame has a proof label verso signed by the artist and describing his career and naming the specimen included in the frame.